Crayon Freckles is by far my favorite of creative names of these blogs - the imagery is just priceless so how can I not enjoy her blog? This blogger includes printables and guest posts as well. We recently turned our sand table into a water table, so I appreciated her post about turning a water table into a sand table. Sometimes it truly is in the simplest of answers.
Growing a Jeweled Rose is mostly sensory based toddler play but her ideas for sensory baths are never-ending. I am not sure without her inspiration if we would have added cooked pasta to our bathtime routine or not. We enjoyed the Easter themed bath she posted - I think her baths are the best posts, but there are many other posts that would keep any toddler or parent entertained for hours.
Familylicious is a great creative resource for tons of DIY activities. Everything from recipes on making your own lavender playdough, to creating slimey, gooey art, and evn making your own perfume from flowers. Most of her posts include scents which are often left out of some other crafty posts
Two Big Two Little is run by mom blogger - she has two teens and two littles, hence the name of her blog. While her posts are not as well organized as some other bloggers (no fancy headings at the top) but she has some of the best DIY posts. We loved putting together a light table with her very simple to follow instructions and esy to find items.
Living Life Intentionally is another blogger I enjoy because she includes technology as a part of creativity. Many activity bloggers par down on the screen time either that TV, computer or phone and tablet apps can offer. Technology is to be embraced in our household and is part of our creative living so when I find a blogger who agrees, I appreciate that. Currently, she has an ongoing series of ipad apps you may enjoy.
Having Fun at Home is written by a former teacher and stay at home mom who understands fostering creative environments at home. She has tiered her categories by age groups rather than by some arbitrary subject matter which can be incredibly helpful when you just want to find something age appropriate for your 2 year old. She posts everything from simple to complicated things - one of our favorites is digging for items in rice and she has a post about digging for letters.